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    Hi PinguiculaMan, You have nice pings collection!

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    I agree, Pirouette
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    I have to agree that P. 'Pirouette' becomes a wonderful shade of electric pink when grown in strong light and its bright purplish flowers provide an almost otherworldy contrast. Others that tend to color up nicely are P. 'Aphrodite' (a copperish-bronzy-deep pink) and some clones of P. ehlersiae.

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    I like P. ehlersiae myself although the others pictured here are also pink winners. Beautiful plants!
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    What about that warm-temperate ping? It has triangular leaves, and gets a deep purple. P. planifolia, I believe.

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    P. planifolia has always been a favorite of mine. They do get really red. Jim Miller's CP bog tour video shows p. planifolia and p. ionantha's growing side by side near Sumatra, Florida. THEY WERE MONSTER'S! Eight and 10 inches across, and growing in semi-aquatic, to completely submerged conditions. Man! they were beautiful, and huge! What a sight!!!!



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